At the Rio

From Friday

Joy (12A)

After AMERICAN HUSTLE, a new multi-layered tale of family, loyalty and love from idiosyncratic director David O. Russell.

Saturday 9 January, 11.00am

Song of the Sea (U)

A beautiful blend of Celtic legends, brilliant design and animation, and great storytelling from the director of THE SECRET OF KELLS. With plenty of laughs plus a dollop of danger, it’s an enchanting, entertaining and moving treat for all ages – and one of the best films of 2015.
Saturday 9 January, 11.30pm

Crimson Peak (15)

Director Guillermo del Toro revisits the world of madness and twisted desires that make up Gothic Romance. Its stunning design and imagery is indeed a wonder to behold.

2015 Catch Up: Part 1 Double Bill
Sunday 10 January

1.15pm

99 Homes (15)

An adrenaline-charged thriller that is enthralling, provocative and timely. 99 HOMES seethes with righteous fury but is never less than intelligent and compassionate.

3.30pm

Mississippi Grind (15)

A seamless blend of of buddy movie, gambling movie and road movie with two terrific central performances at its heart. Ben Mendelsohn and Ryan Reynolds are pitch- perfect as the two ever-optimistic losers in this bitter-sweet, beautifully textured and richly observed return to the grittier filmmaking of the 1970s.

Wednesday 13 January, 2.30

A Walk in the Woods (15)

Based on Bill Bryson’s best selling autobiographical book, A WALK IN THE WOODS is an unusual and unexpected tale set along the grueling and hazardous 2,200 mile-long Appalachian Trail.

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Sat 16 Jan, 11.30pm

Mean Streets (18)

With electrifying performances from Harvey Keitel and Robert De Niro, Scorsese presents an intimate picture of the trivial incidents and latent violence of life in New York’s Little Italy.

Sun 17 Jan, 12.45pm

Doctor Zhivago (PG)

Celebrating its 50th anniversary with a sparkling new restoration, the epic love story that inspired a ‘look’ and one of the most recognizable film themes ever. A cast of acting greats and the breathtaking cinematography and set design make this multi-Academy Award winner a big screen experience not to be missed. 

Thu 28 Jan, 7pm

Les Liaisons Dangereuses (12A)

Following the hugely successful broadcasts of Coriolanus and King Lear, National Theatre Live brings the Donmar Warehouse’s highly anticipated new production of Les Liaisons Dangereuses to cinemas – broadcast live from the Donmar’s London home.

The live broadcast begins promptly at 19.00 and ends at approximately 22.20


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